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Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Benjamin Rosenbaum and Cory Doctorow
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A podcast reading of a new novella that I co-wrote with Hugo- and Nebula-nominee Benjamin Rosenbaum . The story's a big, 32,000-word piece called "True Names" (in homage to Vernor Vinge's famous story of the same name), and it involves the galactic wars between vast, post-Singularity intelligences that are competing to corner the universe's supply of computation before the heat-death of the universe. Ben and I will be reading the story in weekly installments, taking turns as our...
Topic: corydoctorow benjaminrosenbaum truenames vernorvinge singularity sciencefiction podcast
Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Benjamin Rosenbaum and Cory Doctorow
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A podcast reading of a new novella that I co-wrote with Hugo- and Nebula-nominee Benjamin Rosenbaum . The story's a big, 32,000-word piece called "True Names" (in homage to Vernor Vinge's famous story of the same name), and it involves the galactic wars between vast, post-Singularity intelligences that are competing to corner the universe's supply of computation before the heat-death of the universe. Ben and I will be reading the story in weekly installments, taking turns as our...
Topic: corydoctorow benjaminrosenbaum truenames vernorvinge singularity sciencefiction podcast
Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Benjamin Rosenbaum and Cory Doctorow
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A podcast reading of a new novella that I co-wrote with Hugo- and Nebula-nominee Benjamin Rosenbaum . The story's a big, 32,000-word piece called "True Names" (in homage to Vernor Vinge's famous story of the same name), and it involves the galactic wars between vast, post-Singularity intelligences that are competing to corner the universe's supply of computation before the heat-death of the universe. Ben and I will be reading the story in weekly installments, taking turns as our...
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Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Benjamin Rosenbaum and Cory Doctorow
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A podcast reading of a new novella that I co-wrote with Hugo- and Nebula-nominee Benjamin Rosenbaum . The story's a big, 32,000-word piece called "True Names" (in homage to Vernor Vinge's famous story of the same name), and it involves the galactic wars between vast, post-Singularity intelligences that are competing to corner the universe's supply of computation before the heat-death of the universe. Ben and I will be reading the story in weekly installments, taking turns as our...
Topic: corydoctorow benjaminrosenbaum truenames vernorvinge singularity sciencefiction podcast
Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Benjamin Rosenbaum and Cory Doctorow
audio
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A podcast reading of a new novella that I co-wrote with Hugo- and Nebula-nominee Benjamin Rosenbaum . The story's a big, 32,000-word piece called "True Names" (in homage to Vernor Vinge's famous story of the same name), and it involves the galactic wars between vast, post-Singularity intelligences that are competing to corner the universe's supply of computation before the heat-death of the universe. Ben and I will be reading the story in weekly installments, taking turns as our...
Topic: corydoctorow benjaminrosenbaum truenames vernorvinge singularity sciencefiction podcast
Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Cory Doctorow
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As I mentioned in my March Locus column , I'm celebrating the tenth anniversary of Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by m planning a prequel. volume As part of that, planning'I going to read aloud the entire text of that first book into the podcast, making notes on the book as I go. Here's part six. Mastering by John Taylor Williams: wryneckstudio@gmail.com John Taylor Williams is a audiovisual and multimedia producer based in Washington, DC and the co-host of the Living Proof Brew Cast. Hear...
Topics: sciencefiction, podcast, corydoctorow
Podcasts
by Alex Fitch
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An episode of Reality Check: Alex Fitch talks to Vera Miao about Best Friends Forever and the creators of Birdemic II
Topics: podcast, SCI-FI-LONDON, Geek Girl Dinners, director, producer, star, co-writer, episode, Reality...
Source: SCI-FI-LONDON / Resonance FM
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by H. Beam Piper
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A galactic war has left the Terran Federation in ruins. Formerly civilized planets have decivilized into barbarism. Space Vikings roam the wreckage, plundering and killing for gain. Lord Lucas Trask of Traskon was no admirer of the Space Vikings, but when murder takes his wife on his wedding day, Trask trades everything he has for his own Space Viking ship and sets out on a galaxy-wide quest for revenge. (Summary by Mark Nelson) For further information, including links to online text, reader...
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Topics: librivox, adventure, action, science-fiction, space opera, fiction
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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LibriVox recording of Pellucidar , by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Read by Ralph Snelson. Pellucidar is a fictional "Hollow Earth" milieu invented by Edgar Rice Burroughs for a series of action adventure stories. The stories initially involve the adventures of mining heir David Innes and his inventor friend Abner Perry after they use an "iron mole" to burrow 500 miles into the earth's crust. This is the second book in the series. (Summary adapted from Wikipedia) For further...
Topics: librivox, adventure, action, science-fiction, burroughs, hollow earth literature
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Community Audio
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An episode of Panel Borders: Alex Fitch talks to Paul Cornell and David Hine about Action Comics and Detective Comics
Topics: Alex Fitch, Panel Borders, Superman, Lex Luthor, Death, Neil Gaiman, The Bulletproof Coffin,...
Source: Resonance FM
Podcasts
by Jason Cros & Blake Parker
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This week yours hosts Jason Cros and Blake Parker are joined by their hillarious band mate Nick Zomkowski! They discuss a new Wondrous Website - You Chose Wrong youchosewrong.tumblr.com which has lead to the creation of a new segment... Blake... READ SOMETHING! Also this week Jason digs up an old Twitter account, some new News...OMGTFU!, we discuss our The Dark Knight Rises theories, 3 Questions You'd Better Get Right and of course My Two Ship. Enjoy! The Space Diamonds theme music is âLatino...
Topics: space Diamonds spacediamonds podcast sciencefiction science fiction funny Wondrous Website, You...
Community Audio
by Alex Fitch
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An episode of Panel Borders: Alex Fitch talks to Richy K Chandler about writing Wallace and Gromit in The Sun and to Huw J Davies about the strip Garth in The Daily Mirror.
Topics: Panel Borders, Alex Fitch, Richy K Chandler, Wallace and Gromit, The Sun, Huw J Davies, strip,...
Source: Resonance 104.4 FM
Cory Doctorow Podcast
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As I mentioned in my March Locus column , I'm celebrating the tenth anniversary of Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by planning a prequel volume. As part of that planning, I'm going to read aloud the entire text of that first book into the podcast, making notes on the book as I go. Here's part five. Mastering by John Taylor Williams: wryneckstudio@gmail.com John Taylor Williams is a audiovisual and multimedia producer based in Washington, DC and the co-host of the Living Proof Brew Cast. Hear...
Topics: sciencefiction, podcast, corydoctorow
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by otto77
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"breteraals blotto" marks otto77's debut foray into the realm of psychedelic-tinged chillout IDM. The ten tracks of this LP abound with laid back funky beats, creative sound effects, and intelligent harmonies and melodies of trippy proportions.
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Topic: Electro/IDM/Experimental/Breaks
Source: BedroomBrain Records - http://www.bedroombrain.com/
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by H. Beam Piper
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Librivox recording of Omnilingual by H. Beam Piper. Read by Mark Nelson. An expedition to Mars discovers the remains of an advanced civilization, which died out many thousands of years ago. They recovered books and documents left behind, and are puzzled by their contents. Would the team find their “Rosetta Stone” that would allow them to unlock the Martian language, and learn the secrets of this long-dead race? (Summary by Mark Nelson) For further information, including links to online...
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Topics: librivox, audiobook, literature, science-fiction, mars, martian
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Benjamin Rosenbaum and Cory Doctorow
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A podcast reading of a new novella that I co-wrote with Hugo- and Nebula-nominee Benjamin Rosenbaum . The story's a big, 32,000-word piece called "True Names" (in homage to Vernor Vinge's famous story of the same name), and it involves the galactic wars between vast, post-Singularity intelligences that are competing to corner the universe's supply of computation before the heat-death of the universe. Ben and I will be reading the story in weekly installments, taking turns as our...
Topic: corydoctorow benjaminrosenbaum truenames vernorvinge singularity sciencefiction podcast
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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LibriVox recording of Out of Time's Abyss, by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Read by Lucylou Out of Time’s Abyss is an Edgar Rice Burroughs science fiction novel, the third of his Caspak trilogy. The sequence was first published in Blue Book Magazine as a three-part serial in the issues for September, October and November 1918, with Out of Time's Abyss forming the third installment. The complete trilogy was later combined for publication in book form under the title of The Land That Time Forgot...
Topics: abyss: burroughs, sciencefiction, librivox, audiobooks
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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LibriVox recording of The Warlord of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Read by Thomas A. Copeland. In this third installment of the adventures of John Carter on Mars, our hero labors under sentence of death (for having returned from the land of the dead) in a heroic struggle to recover the beautiful Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium. He scours the planet from pole to pole, enduring imprisonment and torture, outwitting antagonists, reveling in carnage, accepting aid from unlikely sources, and dealing...
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Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, adventure, fantasy, fiction, literature, myths-legends, politics,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Community Audio
by Alex Fitch
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An episode of Panel Borders, Alex Fitch talks to John Freeman, Simon Furman, Dan Abnett and Gary Erskine about Marvel UK in the 1980s
Topics: Panel Borders, Alex Fitch, John Freeman, Simon Furman, Dan Abnett, Gary Erskine, Marvel UK, 1980s,...
Source: Resonance 104.4 FM / Sci-Fi London
Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Benjamin Rosenbaum and Cory Doctorow
audio
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A podcast reading of a new novella that I co-wrote with Hugo- and Nebula-nominee Benjamin Rosenbaum . The story's a big, 32,000-word piece called "True Names" (in homage to Vernor Vinge's famous story of the same name), and it involves the galactic wars between vast, post-Singularity intelligences that are competing to corner the universe's supply of computation before the heat-death of the universe. Ben and I will be reading the story in weekly installments, taking turns as our...
Topic: corydoctorow benjaminrosenbaum truenames vernorvinge singularity sciencefiction podcast
Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Benjamin Rosenbaum and Cory Doctorow
audio
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A podcast reading of a new novella that I co-wrote with Hugo- and Nebula-nominee Benjamin Rosenbaum . The story's a big, 32,000-word piece called "True Names" (in homage to Vernor Vinge's famous story of the same name), and it involves the galactic wars between vast, post-Singularity intelligences that are competing to corner the universe's supply of computation before the heat-death of the universe. Ben and I will be reading the story in weekly installments, taking turns as our...
Topic: corydoctorow benjaminrosenbaum truenames vernorvinge singularity sciencefiction podcast
Podcasts
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Press release: "An episode of the Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Alex Fitch talks to director John Simon about his adaptation of Philip K. Dick's Radio Free Albemuth and to director Berton Pierce and special effects expert Greg Aronowitz about the film Sense of Scale, a documentary on model making in the cinema."
Topics: An episode of the Electric Sheep Magazine Podcast: Alex Fitch, talks, BFI, SCI-FI-LONDON, John...
Source: Electric Sheep magazine / SCI-FI-LONDON
Community Audio
by Alex Fitch
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An episode of Panel Borders: Alex Fitch concludes his discussion with Dan Abnett, Simon Furman, John Freeman and Gary Erskine about Marvel UK comics in the 1990s
Topics: Panel Borders, Alex Fitch, discussion, Dan Abnett, Simon Furman, John Freeman, Gary Erskine, Marvel...
Source: Resonance 104.4 FM / Sci-Fi London
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The Land That Time Forgot is a science fiction novel, the first of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “Caspak” trilogy. His working title for the story was “The Lost U-Boat.” Starting out as a harrowing wartime sea adventure, the story ultimately develops into that of a fantastical lost world. (Adapted from Wikipedia.) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this...
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Topics: librivox, adventure, action, science-fiction, burroughs, literature, caspak series
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Podcasts
by Alex Fitch
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An episode of Panel Borders: Alex Fitch talks to Phil and Kaya Foglio about their steampunk webcomic Girl Genius. 
Topics: podcast, resonance 104.4 FM, episode, Congenial, RPG convention, Panel Borders, Alex Fitch, talks,...
Source: Resonance FM / Congenial
Podcasts
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Con's planning a production of Hamlet with himself in the lead role and Suranji playing all the other parts. That is, if he can figure out who wrote it, what text to use, and can manage to make Suranji's logic circuits adapt to playacting.
Topics: podcast, comedy, scifi, sciencefiction, sitcom, cthulhu
Community Audio
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You have to love a story that opens with: âHey, Squiffy: Sorry to hear about the bowel infection. Even sorrier to hear that itâs one of the intelligent ones.â Through a series of back and forth letters, Hugh A.D. Spencerâs Sticky Wonder Tales (Fall, 2006) follows the evolution of two brothers who, via government sponsorship, undergo physiological and mental changes in order to understand alien telepathy or technology. Stephen is busy turning into an alien turtle with an IQ of 350. Andrew...
Topic: hughspencer hughadspencer sciencefiction humor singularity epistolary
Community Audio
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An episode of "I'm ready for my close-up": Paul Cornell interviews Peter David
Topics: Paul Cornell, Peter David, Resonance 104.4 FM, Alex Fitch, Star Trek, Imzadi, Human Nature, Doctor...
Source: Resonance 104.4 FM
Community Audio
by Alex Fitch / V.V. Brown / David Allain
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An episode of Panel Borders: V.V. Brown and David Allain talk about their comic book City of Abacus and then are joined by Alex Fitch, Lee O'Connor and John Spelling for a panel discussion.
Topics: Panel Borders, V.V. Brown, David Allain, comic book, City of Abacus, Alex Fitch, Lee O'Connor, John...
Source: Resonance 104.4 FM / Comics @ SCI-FI-LONDON
Cratediggers
by Sasquatch (AKA Dead Violets)
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This album was recorded by Sasquatch in 1997. It features Rabbit Roberts/Bovine McHenry and Lucky Fox/ Alan Chumunsky, both of whom went on to sideways things with Dead Violets. As Rabbit Roberts had no garage it was recorded in his bedroom instead. Certain audio effects (brass band on "Mend My Flea", Spooky corridor bloke on "Storklandia", piano on "Dubodeum") were recorded on Rabbit Roberts' dictaphone from a recent visit to America. All 11 tracks filled one half...
Topics: Sasquatch, Dead Violets, Bedroom Rock, Rabbits, Psychadelia, Cookery, 1997, Science-Fiction,...
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The People that Time Forgot is a science fiction novel, the second of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “Caspak” trilogy. The first novel ended with the hero writing a manuscript of his adventures and casting it out to sea in his thermos bottle. The second novel begins with the finding of the manuscript and the organization of a rescue expedition. (summary adapted from Wikipedia) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if...
Topics: librivox, adventure, action, science-fiction, burroughs, literature, caspak series
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Out of Time's Abyss is a science fiction novel, the third of Edgar Rice Burroughs' "Caspak" trilogy. In this conclusion, the mysteries of the lost world's unique biological systems are revealed. (Summary adapted from Wikipedia) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. Download M4B (30MB)
Topics: librivox, adventure, action, science-fiction, burroughs, literature, caspak series
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Podcasts
by Jason Cros and Blake Parker
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This week Jason, Blake and special guest Cian Quattrin pitch Star Trek High, learn about surface-to-air missiles from the British Ministry of Defense, check in the on Mars Rovers, and wax intellectual as they debate the questions of questions... Marvel vs DC. Segments include: News... OMTFU! News... FROM SPACE! Modern American Myths, and of course My Two Ship. The Space Diamonds theme music is âLatino Sangoâ (Vince Kaichan (VCMG)) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0.
Topic: Space Diamonds spacediamonds podcast sciencefiction science fiction funny zombies
Cory Doctorow Podcast
by Cory Doctorow
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Ghosts in My Head was originally published in the July issue of Subterranean Press , with accompanying art by Dave McKean. It's a short-short story about the end-times brought on by advanced neuromarketing. You can read the whole story there . Mastering by John Taylor Williams: wryneckstudio@gmail.com John Taylor Williams is a full-time self-employed audio engineer, producer, composer, and sound designer. In his free time, he makes beer, jewelry, odd musical instruments and furniture. He likes...
Topics: corydoctorow, podcast, neuromarketing, sciencefiction
Community Audio
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An episode of Panel Borders - Alex Fitch talks to comic book writer and artist Daniel Merlin Goodbrey
Topics: Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, Alex Fitch, Panel Borders, Web Comics, Hypercomics, The Last Sane Cowboy,...
Source: Resonance 104.4 FM
Podcasts
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Space Diamonds Podcast Presents: Episode #003 - Blame It On The Zombie Apocalypse with spacial guest Kim MacAuley. Jason Cros and Blake parker tackle all things zombies, katanas, new segments, News... OMGTFU, "6 questions YOU BETTER GET RIGHT", My Two Ships and much much more!
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Topic: Space Diamonds podcast sciencefiction science fiction funny zombies
Here's part three of my podcast of my novella-in-progress called "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow/Now is the Best Time of Your Life."
Topics: podcast, corydoctorow, sciencefiction
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is the fourth chapter of my 2004 novelette "Men Are Trouble" which first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June 2004.
Topics: Aliens, detective, feminist, lesbian, sciencefiction, religion, suicide
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is a recording of a staged one act play produced by New Hampshire Theatre Project, directed by Genevieve Aichele and starring the late Lisa Richardson. The play was adapted by Jim Kelly from his story, "Breakaway, Backdown" which originally appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June, 1996. If you like what you hear, why not check out other JPK stuff at his website www.jimkelly.net.
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, space, jamespatrickkelly, astronaut
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is the seventh chapter of my 2004 novelette "Men Are Trouble" which first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June 2004.
Topics: Aliens, detective, feminist, lesbian, sciencefiction, religion, suicide
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is a recording of a staged one act play produced by New Hampshire Theatre Project, directed by Genevieve Aichele and starring the late Lisa Richardson. The play was adapted by Jim Kelly from his story, "Breakaway, Backdown" which originally appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June, 1996. If you like what you hear, why not check out other JPK stuff at his website www.jimkelly.net.
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Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, space, jamespatrickkelly, astronaut
Here's part four of my podcast of my novella-in-progress called "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow/Now is the Best Time of Your Life."
Topics: corydoctorow, sciencefiction, carouselofprogress, paleofuturism
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This story was originally published on the Infinite Matrix website in September 2002. If you like what you hear check out more JPK stuff at www.jimkelly.net.
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, singularity, jamespatrickkelly, vernorvinge, posthuman
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is the first chapter of my 2004 novelette "Men Are Trouble" which first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June 2004.
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Topic: Aliens, detectives, lesbians, sciencefiction, religion, suicide
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is the fifth chapter of my 2004 novelette "Men Are Trouble" which first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June 2004.
Topics: Aliens, detective, feminist, lesbian, sciencefiction, religion, suicide
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This podcast first appeared as a column in the "On The Net" series in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in November of 2004. To read the column and follow the links, check out my website: www.jimkelly.net
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, Cory Doctorow, jamespatrickkelly, filesharing, darknet, DRM
Here's part seven -- the conclusion -- of my podcast of my novella-in-progress called "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow/Now is the Best Time of Your Life."
Topics: corydoctorow, sciencefiction, carouselofprogress, paleofuturism
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This column was written and read by James Patrick Kelly. It first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in August, 2004. To read the column and check out the links, click over to my website www.jimkelly.net
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, timetravel: time, timemachine, jamespatrickkelly, hgwells
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This story is read by the author, James Patrick Kelly. It was first published in REDSHIFT edited by Al Sarrantonio in April, 2001. If you like what you hear check out more JPK stuff at www.jimkelly.net.
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, singularity, jamespatrickkelly, upload, posthuman
Here's part six of my podcast of my novella-in-progress called "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow/Now is the Best Time of Your Life."
Topics: corydoctorow, sciencefiction, carouselofprogress, paleofuturism
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is the second chapter of my 2004 novelette "Men Are Trouble" which first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June 2004.
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Topics: Aliens, detective, feminist, lesbian, sciencefiction, religion, suicide
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is part two of a reading by James Patrick Kelly at the Richard Hugo House from March of 2008. "Unique Vistiors" was first published in UNIVERSE edited by Robert Silverberg and Karen Haber in 1999.
Topics: timetravel, extinction, sciencefiction, future, Shakespeare, immortality
Podcasts
by Veronica Belmont
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On this week's episode, we cover chaters 5-13 (yes, we know, quite a stretch!). But don't worry, there's also a little contest coming too! Check out www.swordandlaser.com for more details!
Topics: sciencefiction, fantasy, cyberpunk, podcast, bookclub
Ourmedia
by Veronica Belmont
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Science fiction and fantasy podcast, this week covering the book Watership Down by Richard Adams
Topic: book club sciencefiction fantasy science fiction
Podcasts
by Veronica Belmont
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This week we talk about some other books we're reading (or watching!) as well as discuss the next couple of chapters in Neuromancer.
Topics: sciencefiction, fantasy, cyberpunk, podcast, bookclub
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This podcast first appeared as a column in the "On The Net" series in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in May of 2005. To read the column and follow the links, check out my website www.jimkelly.net
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, Hugo, jamespatrickkelly, blogs, Locus, zines
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is the sixth chapter of my 2004 novelette "Men Are Trouble" which first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June 2004.
Topics: Aliens, detective, feminist, lesbian, sciencefiction, religion, suicide
Here's part five of my podcast of my novella-in-progress called "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow/Now is the Best Time of Your Life."
Topics: corydoctorow, sciencefiction, carouselofprogress, paleofuturism
Here's part five of my podcast of my novella-in-progress called "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow/Now is the Best Time of Your Life."
Topics: corydoctorow, sciencefiction, carouselofprogress, paleofuturism
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This column was first published in Asimov's Science Fiction in April 2004 and is read by the author. To read the column and follow the links check out www.jimkelly.net
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, FTL, jamespatrickkelly, starship, space, light years
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This story has a really, really long title: "Bierhorst, R. G., Seera, B. L. and Jannifer, R. P. ‘Proof of the Existence of God and an Afterlife.’ Journal of Experimental Psychology. Volume 95, Spring, 2007, pages 32-36" It was first published in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in August 1998 and is read by the author. If you like what you hear check out more JPK stuff at www.jimkelly.net.
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, God, jamespatrickkelly, heaven, death
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This podcast first appeared as a column in the "On The Net" series in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in December of 2001. To follow the links, click over to my site www.jimkelly.net.
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, singularity, jamespatrickkelly, vernorvinge, posthuman
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This is a recording of a staged one act play produced by New Hampshire Theatre Project, directed by Genevieve Aichele and starring the late Lisa Richardson. The play was adapted by Jim Kelly from his story, "Breakaway, Backdown" which originally appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June, 1996. If you like what you hear, why not check out other JPK stuff at his website www.jimkelly.net?
Topics: Kelly, sciencefiction, space, jamespatrickkelly, astronaut
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This column first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in March of 2003. If you want to read the column and pursue the links, click my website: www.jimkelly.net.
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This is the eighth chapter of my 2004 novelette "Men Are Trouble" which first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June 2004.
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This is the third chapter of my 2004 novelette "Men Are Trouble" which first appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June 2004.
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Panel discussion at the LA Times Festival of Books on April 27, 2007 at UCLA, with Kage Baker, Cory Doctorow, John Scalzi and Harry Turtledove
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Here is the first part of my 1989 novel LOOK INTO THE SUN published by Tor Books. For more cool JPK stuff, check out my website www.jimkelly.net.
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Here is the sixteenth part of my 1989 novel LOOK INTO THE SUN published by Tor Books.
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Here is the thirteenth part of my 1989 novel LOOK INTO THE SUN published by Tor Books.
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Here is the twenty-third part of my 1989 novel LOOK INTO THE SUN published by Tor Books. Check out www.jimkelly.net for more JPK wordsmithing.
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Here is the thirty-fourth part of my 1989 novel LOOK INTO THE SUN published by Tor Books. Check out www.jimkelly.net for more JPK wordsmithing.
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Here is the thirty-third part of my 1989 novel LOOK INTO THE SUN published by Tor Books. Check out www.jimkelly.net for more JPK wordsmithing.
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Here is the twentieth part of my 1989 novel LOOK INTO THE SUN published by Tor Books. Check out www.jimkelly.net for more JPK wordsmithing.
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Here is the twenty-eighth part of my 1989 novel LOOK INTO THE SUN published by Tor Books. Check out www.jimkelly.net for more JPK wordsmithing.
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